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Halo 4 is a first person shooter developed for the Xbox 360. It was released November 2012. The setting is in 2557, and the player takes the role of the character, Master Chief.

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Is there going to be a halo 4 beta?

There was never a beta for Halo 4.

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Who is the new enemy in Halo 4?

The new enemy in Halo 4 is the "Didact". A 100,000 year old Forerunner-Promethean Warrior servant. The new enemies found in the campaign and spartan ops are the promethean knights, watchers and crawlers.

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When does halo 4 come out for xbox 360?

Nov. 6, 2012, a.k.a. election day! which is tomorrow!!!!!

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How many people play halo?

The number of people who play Halo is not known.

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Is halo 4 going to be bad for kids?

It depends on the kid. When it comes to M rated games, Halo is definitely not one of the worst. I have a T rated game that is worse, but if the kid isn't very mature, probably not. There is some blood but it's mostly oddly colored (Blue, green, purple, orange) and of course some red human blood. There is some cussing but it's not a constant stream of profanity.

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Does Master Chief die at the end of Halo 3?

Master Chief does not die. After completing Halo on any difficulty, if you wait for the credits to end (might want to get something to eat and drink while waiting, they take ages), and if you do not skip it afterwards you will see the final cutscene. It depicts Master Chief floating inside the Remaining half of the frigate Forward Unto Dawn. The replacement ring collapsed upon firing and it's blast radius was only big enough to wipe out the Gravemind and damage the Ark such that all flood parasite forms were destroyed by the collapse or by the sentinels, so he is still alive but is drifting in space. He enters a cryogenic state, similar to the state he left at the beginning of Combat Evolved. The ship is then caught in the gravitational pull of another planet. It is most likely a shield world similar to Onyx, or it may be a totally new planet which will be a possible feature of Halo Chronicles or another possible sequel from 343 industries. HE IS ALIVE!

EDIT: to make it even cooler, the planet he is on is his training planet, if you read the first halo book. This planet is Sigma Octunas IV. In the books, this happens, and it continues by him exiting cyro-sleep, walking on the planet and finding his training officer's corpse, Chief Mendez.
The Master Chief does NOT die. You see, when he, Cortana, and the Arbiter escape from the destruction of Installation 04B, the Forward Unto Dawn only makes it half way through the Portal of Voi. When the Arbiter went to the front of the frigate, the Chief was delayed when he almost fell off the back hanger. After he got back on his feet again, he didn't have enough time - Halo had already activated and began to shake itself to pieces, causing a massive explosion. At the ceremony to follow, only the Arbiter is there because only his half of the frigate escapes through the portal. But, the Chief's half was actually notdestroyed, it just didn't make it. It's now floating through space, unknown to everyone else. He is presumed dead, but he's not. He's actually headed for an unidentified nearby planet. Whether he dies in the atmospheric entry is still not known, but Master Chief Petty Officer John SPARTAN-117 does have a lot of luck on his side. Cortana, however, is doomed to 'die'. Artificial Intelligences, AIs, have a period of time in which they function and show personality, like they're real people. The average AI 'life' expectancy is about seven years. Cortana's already past that mark, and almost went 'rampant' as it's called when AIs stop working when she was aboard the Flood-occupied High Charity. She was almost rampant, but she wound up being discovered again by the Master Chief. But, if he does die on this unknown planet, it won't be in Halo 3. So, the answer to this question is: no. He doesn't die.

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Who does the voice of the Master Chief in Halo?

Steve Downes provides the voice of Master Chief in the Halo series.

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Will halo 4 have forge mode?

Yes, 343 Studios (The creators of Halo 4) have confirmed and showed a demo of the upcoming forge.

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Is halo 4 going to be on ps3?

Microsoft still has the rights to halo, so short answer is no, however the original creaters of halo have left microsoft aka bungie and they are making there games for the ps3, so just hold out for a new game!!!

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Will Halo 4 have Reach's graphics?

Halo 4's graphics are very good, but not the same as the graphics in Halo Reach. In my opinion, the graphics in Halo 4 are better, but they aren't much different.

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How did disc jockeys come about?

Mid-1800s to 1910s: Development of Sound Recording Devices

In 1857, Leon Scott invented the phonoautographin France, the first device to record sound. In 1877, Thomas Alva Edison invented the phonograph cylinder, the first device to playback recorded sound, in the United States. In 1887 - German-American Emile Berliner invented the gramophone, a lateral disc device to record and playback sound. In 1889, coin-slot phonograph machines, the public's first encounter with recorded sound, begin to be mass-produced. The earliest versions played only a single record, but multiple record devices, called jukeboxes, were soon developed. In 1892, Emile Berliner began commercial production of his gramophone records, the first disc record to be offered to the public. From the mid-1890s to early 1920s, cylinder and disc recordings, and the machines to play them on, are widely mass marketed and sold. The disc system gradually becomes more popular due to its cheaper price and better marketing. In 1906, Reginald Fessenden transmitted the first audio radio broadcast in history when he plays Christmas music from Brant Rock, Massachusetts. In the 1910s, regular radio broadcasting begins, using "live" as well as prerecorded sound. In the early radio age, content typically includes comedy, drama, news, music, and sports reporting. The on-air announcers and programmers would later be known as disc jockeys. In the 1920s - "Juke-joints" became popular as a place for dancing and drinking to recorded jukebox music. In 1927, Christopher Stone became the first radio announcer and programmer in the United Kingdom, on the BBC radio station. In 1929, Thomas Edison ceased phonograph cylinder manufacture, ending the disc and cylinder rivalry.

1930s-1940s: The Birth of Disc Jockeys

In 1934, American commentator Walter Winchell coined the term "disc jockey" (the combination of "disc", referring to the disc records, and "jockey", which is an operator of a machine) as a description of radio announcer Martin Block, the first announcer to become a star. While his audience was awaiting developments in the Lindbergh kidnapping, Block played records and created the illusion that he was broadcasting from a ballroom, with the nation's top dance bands performing live. The show, which he called Make Believe Ballroom, was an instant hit. In the 1940s, Musique concrète composers used portions of sound recordings to create new compositions. This is the first occurrence of sampling. In 1943, Jimmy Savile launched the world's first DJ dance party by playing jazz records in the upstairs function room of the Loyal Order of Ancient Shepherd's in Otley, England. In 1947, he paid a local metalworker to weld two domestic record decks together and became the first DJ to use twin turntables for continuous play. In 1947 , the "Whiskey-A-Go-Go" nightclub opened in Paris, France, considered to be the world's first discothèque, or disco (deriving its name from the French word, meaning a nightclub where the featured entertainment is recorded music rather than an on-stage band). Discos began appearing across Europe and the United States. From the late 1940s to early 1950s, the introduction of television eroded the popularity of radio's early format, causing it to take on the general form it has today, with a strong focus on music, news and sports. 1950s In the 1950s - American radio DJs would appear live at "sock hops" and "platter parties" and assume the role of a human jukebox. They would usually play 45-rpm records featuring hit singles on one turntable, while talking between songs. In some cases, a live drummer was hired to play beats between songs to maintain the dance floor. 1955 - Bob Casey, a well-known "sock hop" DJ, introduces the first two-turntable system for alternating back and forth between records, creating a continuous playback of music. In the late 1950s - Jamaican sound systems, a new form of public entertainment, are developed in the ghettos of Kingston, Jamaica. Promoters, who called themselves DJs, would throw large parties in the streets that centered on the disc jockey, called the "selector", who played dance music from large, loud PA systems and bantered over the music with a boastful, rhythmic chanting style called "toasting". These parties quickly became profitable for the promoters, who would sell admission, food and alcohol, leading to fierce competition between DJs for the biggest sound systems and newest records. 1960s

In the mid-1960s, nightclubs and discotheques continue to grow in Europe and the United States. However, by 1968, the number of dance clubs started to decline. In 1969, American club DJ Francis Grasso popularized beatmatching at New York's Sanctuary nightclub. Beatmatching is the technique of creating seamless transitions between back-to-back records with matching beats, or tempos. Grasso also developed slip-cueing, the technique of holding a record still while the turntable is revolving underneath, releasing it at the desired moment to create a sudden transition from the previous record. During the late 1960s - Most American clubs either closed or were transformed into clubs featuring live bands. Neighborhood block parties that are modeled after Jamaican sound systems gain popularity in Europe and in the boroughs of New York City. 1970s

During the early 1970s, the Vietnam War, oil crisis, and economic recession had a negative impact on dance clubs and disc jockeys. The total number of clubs and DJs dropped substantially, and most of the dance clubs that survived became underground gay discos. In 1973 - Jamaican-born DJ Kool Herc, widely regarded as the "godfather of hip hop culture", performed at block parties in his Bronx neighborhood and develops a technique of mixing back and forth between two identical records to extend the rhythmic instrumental segment, or break. Turntablism, the art of using turntables not only to play music, but to manipulate sound and create original music, began developing. In 1974 - Technics released the first SL-1200 turntable, which evolves into the SL-1200 MK2 in 1979, currently the industry standard for deejaying. In 1974, German electronic music band Kraftwerk released the 22-minute song "Autobahn", which takes up the entire first side of that LP. Years later, Kraftwerk would become a significant influence on hip hop artists such as Afrika Bambaataa and house music pioneer Frankie Knuckles. During the mid 1970s - Hip hop music and culture begins to emerge, originating among urban African Americans and Latinos in New York City. The four main elements of hip hop culture are MCing (rapping), DJing, graffiti, and breakdancing. In the mid-1970s, the soul-funk blend of dance pop known as Disco took off in the mainstream pop charts in the United States and Europe, causing discotheques to experience a rebirth. Unlike many late 1960s, clubs, which featured live bands, discotheques used the DJ's selection and mixing of records as the entertainment. In 1975 - Record pools begin, enabling disc jockeys access to newer music from the industry in an efficient method. In 1976, American DJ, editor, and producer Walter Gibbons remixes "Ten Percent" by Double Exposure, one of the earliest commercially released 12" singles (aka "maxi-single"). In 1977 - Hip hop DJ Grand Wizard Theodore invents the scratching technique by accident. In 1977 - New York's Studio 54 discotheque grosses $7 million in its first year of business (which is roughly $21 million in today's dollars after adjusting for inflation). In the same year, the motion picture Saturday Night Fever popularizes discotheques and becomes one of the top-10 grossing films in history (at the time). In 1979, the Sugar Hill Gang released "Rapper's Delight", the first hip hop record to become a hit. It was also the first real breakthrough for sampling, as the bassline of Chic's "Good Times" laid the foundation for the song. In 1979, an anti-disco protest in Chicago's Comiskey Park marks the major backlash against disco amongst rock music fans. This is considered by some to be the year that disco "died", although the music remained popular for several more years, particularly in underground clubs and in Europe, where the subgenres Euro Disco and Italo Disco emerged. 1980s

1981 - Cable television network MTV is launched, originally devoted to music videos, especially popular rock music. The term "video jockey", or VJ, was used to describe the fresh faced youth who introduced the music videos. In 1982, the demise of disco in the mainstream by the summer of 1982 forces many nightclubs to either close or to change entertainment styles, such as by providing MTV style video dancing or live bands. In 1982, the song "Planet Rock" by DJ Afrika Bambaataa is the first hip-hop song to feature synthesizers. The song melded electronic hip hop beats with the melody from Kraftwerk's "Trans-Europe Express". In 1982, the compact disc reached the public market in Asia and early the following year in other markets. This event is often seen as the "Big Bang" of the digital audio revolution. In the early 1980s, the disco-influenced electronic style of dance music called House music emerged in Chicago. The name was derived from the Warehouse club in Chicago, where the resident DJ, Frankie Knuckles, mixed old disco classics and Eurosynth pop. House music is essentially disco music with electronic drum machine beats. The common element of most house music is a 4/4 beat generated by a drum machine or other electronic means (such as a sampler), together with a solid (usually also electronically generated) synth bassline. In 1983 - Jesse Saunders releases the first house music track, "On & On". In the mid-1980s - New York Garage emerges at DJ Larry Levan's Paradise Garage nightclub in New York. The style was a result of the club DJs who would unsuccessfully try to duplicate the Chicago house sound, for example, leaving out the accentuated high-hats. During the mid-1980s - Techno music emerges from the Detroit club scene. Being geographically located between Chicago and New York, Detroit techno combined elements of Chicago house and New York garage along with European imports. Techno distanced itself from disco's roots by becoming almost purely electronic with synthesized beats. In 1985, the Winter Music Conference starts in Fort Lauderdale Florida and becomes the premier electronic music conference for dance music disc jockeys. TRAX Dance Music Guide is launched by American Record Pool in Beverly Hills, the first national DJ-published music magazine; created on the Macintosh computer using extensive music market research and early desktop publishing tools. In 1986 - "Walk This Way", a rap-rock collaboration by Run DMC and Aerosmith, becomes the first hip-hop song to reach the Top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100. This song is the first exposure of hip hop music, as well as the concept of the disc jockey as band member and artist, to many mainstream audiences. Late 1980s-1990s

In 1988, the acid house scene emerges in the UK. Originally called "acid parties" for a select few, the events grew in size and popularity, eventually spreading throughout England, Europe, the United States, and the rest of the world. During the early 1990s - The rave scene grows out of the acid-house scene. Many elements of the rave scene, such as baggy pants and break dancing, appear to be inherited from the Northern Soul scene of the UK approximately 15 years earlier. The notion of "trainspotting", for example, derives from Northern Soul's emphasis on researching and collecting rare & obscure records; while preventing other DJs from stealing titles via "white labels". The rave scene changed dance music, the image of DJs, and the nature of promoting. The innovative marketing surrounding the rave scene created the first superstar DJs who established marketable "brands" around their names and sound. Some of these celebrity DJs toured around the world and were able to branch out into other music-related activities. During the early 1990s - The compact disc surpasses the gramophone record in popularity, but gramophone records continue to be made (although in very limited quantities) into the 21st century, particularly for club DJs and for local acts recording on small regional labels. During the mid-1990s - Trance music, having run rampant in the German underground for several years, emerges as a major force in dance music throughout Europe and the UK. It is to become arguably the world's most dominant form of dance music by the end of the 1990s, thanks to a trend away from its repetitive, hypnotic roots, and towards commercialistic song structure. In 1991 - Mobile Beat first publishes becoming the first magazine specifically targeted at the professional mobile disc jockey. In 1992 - MPEG which stands for the Moving Picture Experts Group, releases The MPEG-1 standard, designed to produce reasonable sound at low bit rates. MPEG-1 Layer-3 popularly known as MP3 (a Lossy format) will revolutionize the digital music domain. In 1992 - Promo Only, a popular music service for disc jockeys is launched. In 1993 - The first Internet "radio station", Internet Talk Radio, was developed by Carl Malamud. Because the radio signal is relayed over the Internet, it is possible to access internet radio stations from anywhere in the world. This makes it a popular service for both amateur and professional disc jockeys operating from a personal computer. In 1995, the first full-time, Internet-only radio station, Radio HK, begins broadcasting the music of independent bands. In 1995 - ProDJ.Com launched by ProDJ Publishing. In 1996 - Mobile Beat has its first national mobile DJ convention in Las Vegas. During the late 1990s - Nu metal bands such as KoЯn, Limp Bizkit, and Linkin Park reach the height of popularity. This new subgenre of alternative rock bears some influence from hip-hop, because rhythmic innovation and syncopation are primary, often featuring DJs as band members. As well, during the late 1990s, various DJ and VJ software programs are developed, allowing personal computer users to deejay or veejay using his or her personal music or video files. In 1998, the first MP3 digital audio player is released, the Eiger Labs MPMan F10. In 1999, Shawn Fanning releases Napster, the first of the massively popular peer-to-peer file sharing systems. During this period, the AVLA (Audio Video Licensing Agency) of Canada announces MP3 DJing license, administered by the Canadian Recording Industry Association. This meant that DJs could apply for a license giving them the right to "burn" their own compilation CDs of "usable tracks", instead of having to cart their whole CD collections around to their gigs. 2000s

In 2001, Apple Computer's iPod is introduced and quickly becomes the highest selling brand of portable digital mp3 audio player. The convenience and popularity of the iPod spawns a new type of DJ, the self-penned "MP3J". First appearing in certain East London clubs, and spreading to other music scenes, including New York City, this new DJ scene allows the average music fan to bring two iPods to an "iPod Night", plug in to the mixer, and program a play list without the skill and equipment demanded by a more traditional DJ setup, and without needing to bring a heavy case of CDs. In 2006, the concept of DJ had its 100 year anniversary. In 2006, Mobile Beat Magazine and ProDJ.Com merged, creating a new resource for mobile disc jockeys. http://www.answers.com/topic/disc-jockey?cat=biz-fin

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What is micromania?

It is a pathological self-deprecation or belief that one is very small.

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Is halo 4 a good game?

if you are talking about halo reach yes it is but if you are talking about halo 4 there isn't gameplay just a trailer

it is a good game

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When is bungie going to release Halo 4?

Issue 102 of Xbox World Magazine states that 343 industries, the company that's taken the Halo name, will be hopefully churning out Halo 4 by Autumn 2012 :D

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Does john 117 die in halo 4?

No, Master Chief (AKA John, Sierra 117) does not die in halo 4.

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What is Halo 4?

At the end of Halo 3 you see the ship Forward into Dawn flowting towards another planet, which could lead to the making of another game. Although it is not positive there will be a new Halo game Bungie officials have said in an interview that we might not have seen the last of Master Chief yet. So you can't go around saying you know there won't be another one even though you have no facts to prove it.

How about the fact that Bungie constantly say in their weekly update that there will be no halo 4. The Halo trilogy as we know it is finished.

You really have no idea what your talking about. First of all, if you can source it I'll believe you. Also most game companies say that, but doesn't mean it's true. and if you bothered to read the whole thing I wrote instead of the last sentence you would see this "Bungie officials have said in an interview that we might not have seen the last of Master Chief yet." So yes the Trilogy is finished because you can't be a trilogy with 4 games.

If a game comes out called 'Halo 4' i will eat my hat, good sir.

And if it doesn't come out I will eat my hat, good day.

Now this is just my opinion but i think that possibly Masterchief would go to onyx(the planet with the Spartans on it and find out that ship from Halo Wars Spirit of Fire landed there

What you mentioned above has no relation to the Halo story and is completely non-canon. The Spirit of Fire was presumed lost with all hands. Humanity had no information on the flood threat until 20 years later even though SoF came into contact with the flood, supporting the theory of the crew not landing on Onyx. Onyx was destroyed leaving a core made of sentinels that would attack anything foolish enough to come near them which would result in the half destroyed frigate being vaporized along with John and Cortana.

if thare wasnt a halo 4 what about halo wars and he the gray guy is right not u boldy the Spartans are on planet onyx but thare is only one left on earth spartan 256 i presume now if im wrong ill eat my pants that's my final word good day!!

Nice try, but wrong again. There were only 150 original SPARTAN -II candidates. The only known Class II Spartans are: SPARTAN-052 "Jorge", Yasmine Zamine, SPARTAN-259, SPARTAN-320, 1 dead from augmentation, 3 KIA/MIA during the Battle of Reach. 5 Spartans were active during the events of the First and Second Battle of Earth which include: Avery J. Johnson, 043, 058, 104, and 117. 3 ended up on Onyx, 2 at Installation 00 and there on, leaving on Maria-062, who is retired. Halo Reach will be Bungie's last Halo game made, leaving Microsoft to make the rest. Expect "milking" of the popular series by Microsoft Game Studios

Halo 3: ODST, Comin out in September 22, 2009, next month, cant wait :)

There is a "Halo 4" but it's not called that, nor is it following Master Chief. It's Halo: Reach and It's during the time before Halo (1). It's al about the battle of Reach and you join Noble team as "the new guy". Halo: Reach has been confirmed as the last Halo game by Bungie (I heard one of them say it at E3 2010 while demoing Halo: Reach) And the last we've seen of Master Chief was in Halo 3. (If you need come closure pretend the beacon Cortana set up never worked and they where never found, they blame stosh and die) the end.

Seem different? I blame stosh.

KILROY WAS HERE!

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Are there new vehicle's in halo 4?

Yes, there is a new vehicle called the "Mantis". It's a big walking robot suit with missiles and machine guns and a supreme melee attack in the form of the stomp. However, it is confirmed that they have removed the Covenant vehicle, Revenant.

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When does Halo 4 come out?

Halo 4 comes out on November 6, 2012.

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What is a Davey Allison 1993 Ford Thunderbird limited Edition?

Well let me explain what a Davey Allison T-bird is, it was a special edition Thunderbird that Ford put out in remembrance to Davey Allison's death. He was a famous Nascar driver. When he died so did the sprit of the T-bird. Thus here came this bad 290 HP Thunderbird. And I got this for a deal of only $5,929 and the best thing is collector status of being one of 2500 made.

As for the engine it was a 5.0 H.O. with the 1993 cobra heads and cam. The computer is a little bit different - it was set up as a cobra computer unit, but for the automatic transmission. It has a standard T-bird intake and other T-bird goodies.

Well let me explain what a Davey Allison T-bird is, it was a special edition Thunderbird that Ford put out in remembrance to Davey Allison's death. He was a famous Nascar driver. When he died so did the sprit of the T-bird. Thus here came this bad 290 HP Thunderbird. And I got this for a deal of only $5,929 and the best thing is collector status of being one of 2500 made.

As for the engine it was a 5.0 H.O. with the 1993 cobra heads and cam. The computer is a little bit different - it was set up as a cobra computer unit, but for the automatic transmission. It has a standard T-bird intake and other T-bird goodies.

You are wrong when you say that this car was put out in rememberance of Davey's death. I have one of them & it was first premiered at Bristol Spring race along with a Bill Elliot edition. I got my car 2 weeks before Davey died.

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What is the halo perception?

In some levels it snows, and in some levels it is just sunny. Most of the ttime though it is just sunny.

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Will there be forge on halo 4?

Yes, there will be forge mode in Halo 4.

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When does the demo come out for Halo 4?

On a holiday in 2012, and if you look up superman eminem, (a song) you will see a picture that is enjoyable by males

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Does halo 4 exist?

I would first want to know which country you live in (at least, city would be helpful too). Assuming you are in the western hemisphere I would recommend consumerreports.org. I personally have several family members who swear by this site.

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Will there be a Halo 4 Game?

Yes. There will be a Halo 4. Bungie no longer owns the Halo title, so Microsoft started a new company called 343 Industries which will be in charge of everything Halo from here on out. It has been confirmed by them that there will be a Halo 4.

http://halo.wikia.com/wiki/343_Industries

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What age rating will halo 4 be?

M for Mature

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